Good Morning America & Elizabeth Vargas
Good Morning America (GMA) is an American breakfast television show that is broadcast on the ABC television network; it debuted on November 3, 1975. The weekday program airs from 7-9 a.m. Elizabeth Vargas (born September 6, 1962) is an American television journalist who is anchor of ABC's television newsmagazine 20/20 and ABC News Specials./5
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"Good Morning America!"//hooray! Elizabeth Vargas and George in the anchor chair...sweet relief from Lara Spencer.
I move that Elizabeth Vargas be named the replacement in case of an absence on Good Morning America.
Lara Spencer and Elizabeth Vargas interviews Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges at Good Morning America.
Robin Roberts, please hurry back to good morn America. Elizabeth Vargas is a horrible replacement. Esp, when reporting on crim stories. Its obvious she wants sympathy for the blade. Looking for reasons he killed his girlfriend. The other commentator politely checked her today. About time someone did.
Elizabeth Vargas confuses Ellen Degeneres with Melissa Etheridge on Good Morning America this morning. Because...
Earlier today, movie hunk Brad Pitt talked to ABC News’ Elizabeth Vargas on “Good Morning America” where he opened up about aging, fatherhood and touched on his new movie “W...
Cudos to Elizabeth Vargas, Good Morning America anchor, who promoted her alma mater from the anchor desk this morning.Mizzou!
It was a big oops moment for Tom Hanks on Good Morning America today. He dropped the f-bomb. In an interview with Elizabeth Vargas, the star was chatting abo...
Tom Hanks just dropped an inadvertent F-bomb on Good Morning America host Elizabeth Vargas — but it isn't like she wasn't warned. Hanks was asked to speak like one of the characters from his upcoming movie, Cloud Atlas, whom Hanks said has a penchant for four-letter words.
Whoops! Even Tom Hanks experiences a momentary language lapse every once in a while. The Academy Award-winning actor accidentally dropped the "F" word on live TV while imitating one of his "Cloud Atlas" characters for host Elizabeth Vargas on "Good Morning America" on Friday.
Tom Hanks drops F-bomb on GMA, Hanks' gaffe came during the show's 8 a.m. hour in a segment with Elizabeth Vargas. She asked Hanks to pretend he was in chara...
I watched and listened as Tom Hanks dropped the F-bomb on Good Morning America while being interviewed by Elizabeth Vargas this morning.
Whoa! Tom Hanks Drops the F-Bomb on 'GMA': Good Morning America host Elizabeth Vargas got much more than she bar...
Tom Hanks wakes up 'Good Morning America' with F word: He and interviewer Elizabeth Vargas both immediately apologized
Tom Hanks and Good Morning America's Elizabeth Vargas were apologizing like crazy LIVE on ABC this morning...
Oh Tom Hank's said the "F" word this morning, live on Good Morning America, poor Elizabeth Vargas didn't know where to put herself.now you know that will be all over the news later.he blamed the staff for giving him a microphone, always the comedian.lol
Watching Good Morning America and Tom Hanks said a bad word...LOL.it came out so fast he didn't even realize it. Poor Elizabeth Vargas was stunned and Hanks was embarrassed.
Here is more of the liberal B S media B S. At least A B C AND C B S are saying something. But still N B C AND ( B S ) M S N B C are still not reporting on this Mongrel's inability to lead. NBC’s Today Ignores State Department E-mail Denying Increased Security In Libya By Jeffrey Meyer | October 05, 2012 | 12:16 342 78 Reddit5 1775 A A Given the recent death of Ambassador Chris Stevens in Libya, one would expect the three news networks to investigate the grotesque failures by the federal government to protect our embassies overseas. Unlike NBC’s Today, ABC and CBS’s Friday morning shows both covered recent State Department emails showing they denied a request by officials in Libya for increased security in May leading up to the terrorist attack on our Libyan Embassy last month. On Good Morning America, ABC’s Elizabeth Vargas described these emails as potentially ‘explosive’ with Jake Tapper going so far as to question whether or not the State Department did ‘everything they could to protec ...
Good Morning America host Elizabeth Vargas asks Isla Fisher what 'teabagging' is
Watch Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan, and Kirsten Dunst not explain what "teabagging" is to "Good Morning America" host Elizabeth Vargas.
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